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Pontiac GTO

Muscle  Cars were born in 1964 with the release of the Pontiac Tempest GTO. General Motors had banned its divisions from motor racing, which had been a major part of Pontiac`s promotional activities. So instead of  the focus switched to high-performance  road cars. The recipe was simple more...

Mercedes Benz 230 SL

In 1963, Mercedes Benz introduced a single car to replace the mass market 190SL roadster and the fast expensive 300 SL. The 230 SL`s clean and angular lines were first seen at the Geneva Salaon in March 1963. The elegant hard top which pipped towards the centre gave the  new SL its Pago more...

Ford Lotus-Cortina

Ford Lotus : Cortina   Lotus boss Colin chapman came up with the idea of building a new twin-cam  engine, then slotting the result into both  his own Elan sports car and a new  high-performance saloon. That  saloon was the Lotus -Cprtina.   The twin-cam coversion designe more...

Chevrolet Corvette Sting Ray

Chevrolet Corvette Sting Ray   A New generation Corvette was unveiled  for 1963 with  new box-section chassis on a silightly shorter wheelbase and all independent suspension. Te 250bhp, 327ci ( 5358cc) V8 engine was  carried over from the previous generation Corvette. But the bi more...

Triumph Spitfire/GT6

Triumph Sitfire/GT6   Triumph created  one of the most popular of all small sports car in 1962. The spitfire was based on  the chassis of the 1959 Herald saloon, with a curvy two-seater body by Michelotti an 1147 cc twin-carb engine with 63 hp and disc front brakes. Overdrive, w more...

MG MGB/MCB

The MGB is one of the world`s best-loved sports cars-tough and reliable,easy to work on ,stylish and fun to drive. Those who yearn for more performance can choose the six-cylinder MGC or MGB V8. MG`s new monocoque sports car for 1962 was another home grown success for  Abingdon. It more...

AC Shelby Cobra

Some cars are created through the vision of a single minded individual, but the Cobra`s genesis was more tortuous. The story began with a twin-tube chassis designed for club racing by John Tojiero and featuring all-independent suspension with a transverse leaf-sping at the rear. In 1952 more...

Alpine A110

Alpine A 110   Rally driver Jean Redele fitted a Renault 4 CV platform with a glass fibre body in 1955, and called the resulting sports car the Alpine 106. He proved the car`s potential by winning his class in the Mille Miglia with one, and over the next five year build around 1 more...

1962 Mercedes-Benz 300Se

The mid-range Mercedes-Benz ‘fintail’ saloons of 1959 were joined by very elegant four-seater coupes and convertibles in 1961. At first there was just one engine, the fuel-injected 2195cc six with 120bhp, but in 1962 Mercedes-Benz topped off the saloon, coupe and cabriolet ranges with a 29 more...

Willys-Knight, a 1932 Rare Car Existing in the UK

Willys-Knight is an automobile that was produced between 1914 and 1933 by the Willys-Overland Company of Toledo, Ohio. John North Willys purchased the Edwards Motor Car Company of Long Island, New York, in 1913, moving the operation to Elyria, Ohio, where Willys owned the plant that h more...

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